After 23 years and 826 races, Kevin Harvick’s NASCAR Cup Series career officially came to a close during the Nov. 5 season finale at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway.
The No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing driver finished 13th in the standings after being eliminated during the Round of 16.
Though he was unable to earn a race win during his final season, as he’s retiring next year, the 47-year-old still collected six top-five finishes, 14 top 10s and led 157 laps.
Harvick has 60 total career wins in the Cup Series and one championship (2014).
“Obviously, it’s been a great ride and I think for me it’s something that I love to do and I think as you look back on it and realize all the things that you’ve been able to be a part of and be fortunate to be somewhat successful at, it’s been fun,” Harvick said prior to the final race in Phoenix.
Harvick will move to the FOX Sports broadcast booth next season to kick off his retirement.